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  • We don’t offer sessions of ayahuasca or iboga.
  • We don’t recommend centers or people who perform/do sessions.

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    About Malpractice

    At ICEERS, we recognize that the journey toward a more just, sustainable society requires a steadfast and ethically responsible commitment, wherein Indigenous traditions and practices are respected and valued.

    We are aware that significant challenges arise in the quest to solve contemporary social problems due to the globalization of ayahuasca and other Traditional Indigenous Medicines. Our Support Center witnesses the daily difficulties of individuals who have had adverse experiences with various medicines, ceremonies, or facilitators who do not adhere to proper ethical standards.

    ICEERS’ mission is to foster and advocate for better practices in our community. This commitment is exemplified in our multidisciplinary projects. These include extensive scientific research that meets the highest standards of ethics and rigor, legal assistance, community services, and many others. Through these initiatives, we created a Better Practices Guide, online courses designed to educate the members of our community on safety and integration issues, as well as legal support for cases involving plant medicine based on clearly established criteria. We focus on working hand in hand with the community to ensure that better practices are integrally incorporated into all actions related to Traditional Indigenous Medicines. We are deeply committed to fostering an ethic of responsibility and care.

    Therefore, as an organization, we not only promote better practices but vehemently condemn all types of exploitation and malpractice.

    We strongly oppose any form of criminal activity, including those that compromise public health, involve illegal activities, and violate human and/or labor rights or sexual freedom. It is our firm belief that no community can thrive and be sustainable if it is based on exploitation, coercion, or harm to others.

    We therefore stand against any action that detracts from human dignity and the sanctity of the traditions we seek to preserve and honor. We reaffirm our commitment to life, justice, equity, and sustainability. We invite the entire community to join us on this path, working together to build a future where respect, dignity, and harmony are fundamental pillars.


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